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  • A Great IPA from Great Heights
    Beers

    A Great IPA from Great Heights

    The greater Heights area has been fortunate to have a surge of great breweries in the last few years. It started with Eureka Heights, and was quickly followed by other tasty breweries like New Magnolia and Astral. One of my personal favorites has been Great Heights Brewing, located on Wakefield in the Garden Oaks neighborhood.

  • Introducing Shoot the Moon
    Houston Beer Month

    Introducing Shoot the Moon

    If you run in local craft beer circles on the social medias – which I assume you do if you’ve found this group – then you’ve no doubt heard about the recently opened Shoot the Moon located in the recently redeveloped Spring Branch Village shopping center at 8155 Long Point Road.  Although having just barely

  • Walking Stick Brewing Offers Good Brews and Great Vibes
    Breweries

    Walking Stick Brewing Offers Good Brews and Great Vibes

    I remember visiting Walking Stick Brewing when they initially opened. Their indoor tap room wasn’t built out yet. They served beer out of a model train adjacent to their beer garden. Visiting in peak summer would’ve been brutal. Though recently, I paid them a visit after the long hiatus, and I can now say that

  • New Video Contributor Introduction:  Dan Beck
    Contributors

    New Video Contributor Introduction: Dan Beck

    HEEEYYY !!!  I’m Dan Beck (BREWS WITH BECK on YouTube), and how the hell are ya??!!       I grew up in Coors Town (Golden, CO), attended CU Boulder (party / craft beer school) and have lived in Los Angeles for 20 years now pursuing entertainment, sports glory, and stellar beers. Beer used to be something I wanted cheap

  • A Hangout in the Heights
    Beers

    A Hangout in the Heights

    Located just off White Oak Bayou at 17th, New Magnolia has created a great spot for the Houston beer drinker. Their taproom and brewery feels old school in the best way possible. They don’t try to be anything but a place to drink their great beer, with an assortment of seating from a long bar

  • Quadratonic by City Acre
    Breweries

    Quadratonic by City Acre

    I like strong beers. Barrel-aged stouts, boozy barleywines, high ABV DIPAs, whatever. Unlike some breweries whose sole intention seems to be making all of their beers so strong no mortal man can finish a pint while remaining upright, City Acre doesn’t generally produce especially strong beers just because they’re bored. So when I saw that

  • Hard Seltzers Have Landed at Houston Breweries
    Culture

    Hard Seltzers Have Landed at Houston Breweries

    The summer of 2019 was the summer of White Claws and Trulys. They were the perfect option for a low-calorie, light, refreshing beverage for people who may not like beer. Hard Seltzers could barely stay on the shelf at the grocery store. The big beer brands took notice, and the summer of 2020 was the

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